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November 1, 2017

Bringing the wisdom of generations of black Catholics into conversation with contemporary scholarly accounts of racism, Christ Divided diagnoses “antiblackness supremacy” as a corporate vice ...

K. M. George (Author)
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November 1, 2017

This book is a collection of the selected writings of Paulos Mar Gregorios, a leader of the Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church of India and the Ecumenical Movement. The key areas discussed in the book are ecumenical theology, orthodox theology, philosophy, and religion and science. The book will be of special value to the students of ecumenical theology, Eastern and Oriental Orthodoxy, Indian philosophy, interdisciplinary studies, interfaith dialogue, and holistic education.

Christian Piatt (Author)
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November 1, 2017

Using the annual lectionary as his guide, Christian Piatt has put together a devotional that allows us to read through major parts of the Old and New Testaments. Every week has four Scripture readings, glossary terms, deeper thoughts, and a closing prayer.

Start anywhere. Set it down and come back to it. Use it as an in-depth study guide or a daily devotional. There’s no "wrong way" to use Surviving the Bible. Engage ancient texts in new ways that make sense, here and now, maybe for the first time.

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November 1, 2017

Wolfhart Pannenberg is one of the most important theologians of the second half of the twentieth century. This volume offers the first full historical and ...

Jacob D. Myers (Author)
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November 1, 2017

The real question for homiletics in our increasingly postmodern, post-Christian contexts is not how we are going to prevent preaching from dying, but how we ...

Anthony B. Pinn (Author)
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October 15, 2017

Twenty years ago, Anthony Pinn’s engrossing survey highlighted the rich diversity of black religious life in America, revealing expressions of an ever-changing black religious quest. ...

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October 15, 2017

How does one read the signs of the times? What does it mean to resist? How do we engage faithfully in struggle? Dietrich Bonhoeffer has achieved iconic status as one who epitomizes what it means to struggle and resist tyranny and fascism and how one acts in faithful witness as a religious and political commitment. Bonhoeffer’s witness and example is more relevant than ever. A testimony to that is a crucial essay penned by Bonhoeffer in 1942; “After Ten Years” is a succinct and sober reflection, and remains one of the best descriptions ever written about what happened to the German people under National Socialism. This volume presents this timely and unique essay in a fresh translation and a penetrating introduction and analysis of the importance of this essay—in Bonhoeffer’s time and now in our own.

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